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Information about installing UD-licensed software on personally-owned devices for currently enrolled students, faculty and staff.
UD password requirements and procedures for changing your UD password, setting challenge questions, and updating wireless connection settings.
The University of Dayton offers wireless network access for both UD account holders and campus guests. These wireless networks include Eduroam and UDwireless.
The University of Dayton supports online gaming and Internet TV devices on the residential wireless network in the residence halls and neighborhoods. You need to register your device's MAC address for it to work on the UD network.
The University of Dayton provides cable TV services for all on-campus residences (with the exception of Irving Commons and Rogge St.).
University of Dayton account holders are required to use 2FA to access protected systems including Porches, UD Gmail, Banner and Isidore.
Resources for UD applications, instructor-led training class calendar / registration, and online training links and additional resources.
Unlike a consumer Gmail account, a UD Gmail account is administered by UD, offered ad-free, and offers unlimited email storage space. Your UD Gmail address is in the format of <UD_username>@udayton.edu.
Using UD's campus printers from your computer and mobile device.
If you have forgotten your BitLocker PIN, follow the steps below to obtain a recovery key and unlock the encrypted computer.
Porches, a digital gathering place that provides tools for personal, educational, and business needs, is available to UD faculty, staff, and students.
Securely access sensitive administrative systems and data when away from campus.
View best practices and recommendations for remote work preparation and implementation.
Get started with this step-by-step guide to have your technology up and running in no time.
Voice recording software that helps UD faculty, staff, and students pronounce each others names.
UDiversity is a short online training module for incoming UD students on topics related to diversity and cultural awareness.
The Academic VDI is a virtual "computer lab" desktop students and faculty can access from a personal or UD-owned computer.